About the Author, Jeff Inlo (Ianniello)

Welcome to my web page and thank you for your interest in my work.

I was born in New Jersey and grew up in the town of Hillsborough. I spent about forty years of my life there. I married a wonderful person, Joan. None of my books would have ever been completed without her support, and I thank her for that.

I've written over twenty novels, focusing on fantasy and science fiction. Recently, I retired and moved to Pennsylvania. My last novel was the 15th book in the Delver Magic Series featuring the purebred delver Ryson Acumen. If you wish to contact me regarding my work, please send an email to jeffinlo@gmail.com.

Ianniello or Inlo?

My full last name is Ianniello, but because my very first books were self-published on the internet, I decided to shorten the spelling. I felt "Inlo" was easier to remember and would allow for more accurate search engine results. If you say those letters in sequence, I-N-L-O, you actually pronounce my last name. When the opporotunity arose to have When Do I See God? published professionally, I chose to use the full spelling of my last name. I hope this doesn't cause any confusion.

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eBooks by Jeff Inlo 

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This is somewhat of an experiment. I'm not looking for additional funds as much as I'm trying to stay ahead of potential problems. I don't have a great deal of control over the pricing of my ebooks. For example, the first three Delver Magic books are available for free, but in some ebook stores, I can only set the price as low as $.99. It's up to the store whether or not they will offer them for free to match the price at other distributors. In other cases, piracy sites have posted some of my books, for which I charge a minimal fee, for free download. I'm also very concerned about the lawsuit against Apple, and I worry the pricing structure will get even more complex. I've decided it's not worth the time or effort to track all of this. I'd rather focus my energy on writing. This donation tool is really a test of a new model. Ultimately, I'm hoping it serves as an alternative to charging per book, allowing readers to choose what they wish to contribute. It's an idea that has potential, but I'm still working on how to utilize it properly.